POTENT Burnley bowler Liza Harrison has looked back on a efficacious career following another trophy-adorned season.
This year Liza found success in Blackpool, winning the mixed pairs event at the spring festival as well as reaching the semi-final stage in the open ladies’ singles competition.
She also won the Queens Park Open Ladies singles bowls drive, where more than £1,000 was raised in aid of MacMillan Cancer Support, and became a five-time victor of the Queens Park Ladies singles Muriel Glover Memorial Trophy.
But Liza’s absorbing list of success doesn’t end there.
The campaign also culminated in a Burnley and Pendle Amateur Bowling League double as she scooped the championship for the ninth time and the President’s Cup for the seventh time.
The trophy haul continues with the capture of the Queensgate mixed pairs Anderson Cup, a Blackburn Roe Lee Park Florrie Hargreaves Ladies open singles runner-up award and she attained the top average in the Pennine League with the Queens Park A team.
Liza, who reached the semi-final of the mixed open singles Jimmy Jowett Trophy, also scooped the Causeway End Bowling Club Tom Maden Trophy for the first time last term, taking her collection to 27 winners trophies with her first arriving back in 1990.
To say Liza’s had a decorated career is somewhat of an understatement.